by Adam J. Ridley
Is this man his first real chance at love… or will his father’s curse stop it from happening? Will pursuing this newfound love put both their lives at risk?
Lance loved his grandmother, but even though he knew it was real, he tried hard not to buy into all her witch stuff. But it was real enough that his homophobic father had cursed him and his brothers to never find love.
Regardless of what Lance believed or wanted to believe, his late grandmother Gwen’s young friend and former roommate Drew was causing him to feel things he didn’t want and didn’t trust. After all, love had only ever left him in pain.
Drew is a pragmatist. His skills with magic only heightened under the mentorship of his late friend Gwen. When Gwen’s much too sexy and arrogant grandson shows up to collect his grandmother’s things, Drew is immediately dragged into a decades long drama filled with curses and malicious hatred embodied in the cantation of Lance’s father.
The curse Lance’s father cast on him and his brothers continues to plague him. Because of their attraction, the love/hate relationship emboldens the curse and puts both men’s lives at risk.
Will the two men learn to trust one another, or will their animosity be what the curse needs to destroy them both once and for all?